The Hood County Animal Control monthly pet adoption day is scheduled for 10 a.m.-1 p.m. today (Saturday, April 18) at the BBVA Bank branch, 1807 Highway 377 East, in Granbury.
Lake Granbury is up several inches this morning after parts of Hood County received an inch of rain or more. The lake was down 8.7 feet yesterday. It’s down 8.3 feet today.
The ICU is all new. And with 12 beds, it has double the capacity of it predecessor. The new intensive care unit at Lake Granbury Medical Center is nearing completion and will be open for public tours Tuesday afternoon, April 28, from 4:30 to 6.
A group of RVers from Hot Springs, Arkansas, are heading home Saturday (April 18) after having spent a week building a house for Habitat for Humanity in the Rancho Brazos neighborhood. Local churches provided lunches every day to the out-of-state volunteers.
Hood County Animal Lovers Organization (HALO) has a benefit Chari-Tea Sunday, April 19. The event runs from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Bentwater Activity Center. Contact Lynne Green for information at 817-964-0333.
Three juvenile males accused in an aggravated sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl remained in juvenile detention as of Thursday, District Attorney Rob Christian said. The three, ages 15, 14 and 13, were arrested along with a fourth juvenile (age 14) and an adult female on April 6 in connection with an incident at a party in Granbury that involved alcohol, according to a criminal complaint. The juveniles saw a judge once, and were to go before the judge once again within two weeks. The adult was transferred from the Tarrant County Jail on Monday to Hood County, where she was to face a $2,000 bond on a charge of furnishing alcohol to a minor.
Use caution driving if you have to be out on the roadways this evening as thunderstorms move through the area. A report of some flash flooding in the 400 block of West Pearl Street in Granbury was heard on the emergency scanner just before 6 p.m.
Shane Michael Siddall, a 31-year-old Canyon Creek man reported missing Monday, still has not been found as of today (Friday, April 17), according to Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Johnnny Rose. “Nothing new,” Rose stated. Siddall’s wife said it was about 4 a.m. April 13 when she last saw him and he left their residence in the 5400 block of Firewood Trail. Siddall was believed to have been wearing shorts and a red shirt when he left the house, his wife said. He is a 6-foot, 170-pound white male with hazel eyes, brown hair and possibly facial hair. If you see Siddall or have information on his whereabouts, report it by calling 911, Rose said.